Hardware & Equipment

 

There are 32 networked computer workstations with printer access in the main library area.  The Computer Lab has 14 additional networked computer workstations with printer access. There is also a paper copier, 10 microfilm readers, 3 microfiche readers, 3 microfiche/film scanners, a flatbed scanner, and a color restoring photo scanner.

VIRTUAL LIBRARY TOUR

Class and Training Rooms

 

Our classroom has seating for 18 students plus a computer, projector, large screen and teaching station for the instructor.

 

The Computer Lab has 13 networked computers for training plus a computer, projector and large screen for the instructor.

 

The Heritage Room has 1 networked computer and room for a family or small group and video equipment to film family stories.

Multimedia Center

 

Las Vegas FamilySearch Library has several types of copier/scanners where you have the ability to scan photos and transfer them to a flash drive.You can also make printed copies or transfer the photos directly to your FamilySearch Tree.

 Databases & Software.

 

Software on our computers offers:

  • RootsMagic, Legacy, Ancestral Quest, and PAFgenealogy database software

  • OpenOffice word processing, spreadsheet and presentation software

  • Free access to subscription websites through the FamilySearch Portal including Ancestry.com Library Edition, British Newspapers, Find-My-Past (UK), Fold3, Genline (Swedish), Heritage Quest, and World Vital Records

  • Free internet access to the New England Historical and Genealogical Society (NEGHS) website

Directors: Elder Ken Openshaw and Sister Charlotte Openshaw

 

Assistant Director:

Sister Sandy Jackson

 

 

LAS VEGAS FAMILY SEARCH LIBRARY

509 South 9th Street,

Las Vegas, Nevada 89101

(702) 382-9695

nv_lasvegas@ldsmail.net

 

 

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